I am glad you decided to stop by and check out my brand new site which I hope will provide some useful information as well as some ramblings for me! I try an avoid rambling but if it feels right then I will do it and I hope it adds an interesting dynamic to the blog.
I like to fiddle around with different investments – both the stock market and other money making methods. I have tried them all over the years including all the normal ones like gambling and spread betting. I have met people in my lifelong travels that have managed to beat the odds on these types of games (not gambling in the traditional sense but more in the form of sports betting) but they are generally really advanced and intelligent and probably could make a success out of anything they attempted. If you are thinking of jumping into one of these then make sure you take your time and read as much as you can – most likely you will waste a lot of money before you come up with any semblance of a plan that might be profitable.
On top of all the money ideas and plans (yes, I have tried them all – including poker!) I shall talk a little bit from the heart of matters that are important to me. I guess this will be a forum to vent and sound excited, depending on the mood, or to just write. I do have a family and I enjoy playing golf, when time allows so I may just talk about that.
If you have any potential money maker ideas then please get hold of me via the contact form, I might just do a feature (please, no scams) and we can get an active discussion going. I did think about adding a forum but I think its a bit premature so I will get some readers coming back on a regular basis and then make that decision.
If you want to add any ideas or information onto the site then please feel free to get hold of me – I would love some help and additional contribution as it would really help to get this site on the move.
Getting around to add a post can be a big job, especially if you don’t have the energy to work on the PC after a hard day at the office. I had thought I could do it but now I have just realized that it has been almost a year since I last posted.
My, how a year can float past – to be perfectly honest I have achieved nothing in this time and its only when I look at the dates did I realize that a year has flown away.
I think this is often the point when you get older and reflect. The years have gone but you really don’t feel (mentally anyway) that much older. I guess I hope that time will slow down but I feel the opposite is actually true – the older I get the quicker the time disappears! My children are growing up to the point where they are stronger than me – something I cannot almost believe seeing as it was only recently that they were little babies – heading for high school and hitting the gym seems to be a dream.
I could go on forever, and I am only middle aged! I guess the point of this is to say that I commit to making more of an effort with this website and if you are middle aged like me then make every second count!
It did not feel right to me to leave the blog on its birthday without talking a little bit about my passion and love for the game of golf. I have played since I was a small boy and at one point I had dreams of turning professional – that got shot down after a car accident and I broke my wrist. As I got older I managed to slowly improve and get the handicap close to 5 ,which is not bad with a dodgy wrist.
I can attribute much of my success to my golf simulator which has served me for a few years now. The simulator has allowed me to work on my swing at home day and night or when its poring with rain and I cannot make it to the real course. Simulator technology has improved a lot over the years with the ability to play online these days it can be a lot of fun. To make it worth it you will need to spend a bit of cash as a projector and decent PC make all the difference. In a way, you need a “man cave”! A place where you can setup and leave everything in place so you can just go and use it when ever you get the urge. This golfing website contains a lot more info on setting up a simulator for anyone who is thinking of building a setup.
As mentioned above, don’t skimp on the electronics or you will regret it. Having a nice big screen in front of you will make a huge difference and enhance the experience. The room you choose will also have a bearing as you have to be able to swing a golf club. Not everyone will have the space to swing a driver but you want to make sure you can at least practice with your irons.
Finally, you need to get a nice desk to put all your stuff on – there is nothing worse than having to bend down all the time to adjust pc settings or fix problems – having everything neatly on a desk with the wires running down the back will finish everything off just right.
If you are anything like me and just love to get out there and play some golf then it is well worth the initial investment to allow you to work on swing improvement at home. There are no time limits there and you can just quietly build up your golf swing and surprise your golfing mates. Modern simulators also help you to fix swing errors – after every shot you will get some data up on the screen which really does help.
Let’s take a look at the pro-swing below.
There are a few choice out here if you are thinking about spending some money. As it is an electronic product you will know that companies are always developing and by the time you read this it might even be out of date but it is easy enough to check out all the major online shopping stores to get the latest and greatest!